India's Olympic medal winning wrestlers Sushil Kumar and Yogeshwar Dutt returned home late on Monday night to a hero's welcome as hordes of supporters, including young grapplers from nearby akhadas, turned up at the international airport making it a carnival like atmosphere.
The 2012 London Olympics may have ended, but the debate about India's performance continues. Finishing 55th in a long list of 204 countries may not be worth the boast, but it is a fact that India's medal strike rate has improved. Abhijit Patnaik
and Sujoy Das
Sushil Kumar's wants to complete his Olympic medal collection by winning gold at the 2016 Games in Rio after taking wrestling silver on the final day of action in London on Sunday.
The sanctum sanctorum had been invaded and there were few signs of a retreat. Robin Bose
For a minute or so, nobody spoke or moved in the packed hall. All eyes were fixed on the small television, placed high on a wall, watching their idol Sushil Kumar trudge away after losing his gold-medal bout. Subhash Rajta
Like any new bride, Savi would have dreamt that her first year of marriage would be one long honeymoon period. Instead, she spent the time in penance and prayers, at times upset and irritated but keeping up the faith. Saurabh Duggal
Wrestling bronze-medal winner Yogeshwar Dutt says one gets ahead on account of one's achievements. Sukhwant Basra reports.
How many medals do Indian athletes have to win at the Olympics for the Indian Olympic Association to take sports and its sportsmen seriously? Saurabh Duggal
Milagrow HumanTech, a leading provider of TabTop PCs on Sunday announced that it will launch a TabTop PC in the name of Olympic silver medallist Sushil Kumar within six months from now.
Legendary Indian athlete Milkha Singh burst into tears after grappler Sushil Kumar won the silver medal in 66kg freestyle wrestling competition at the London Olympics on Sunday.
India’s sports minister Ajay Maken said on Sunday Sushil Kumar’s back-to-back Olympic medals show that there is a bright future for wrestling in the country.
Sushil Kumar scripted history by becoming the first-ever Indian to win back-to-back individual Olympic medals with a silver at the London Games but his father reckons that if his son had better sparring partners, he could have done better.
Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit on Sunday announced an award of Rs. 1 crore to wrestler Sushil Kumar who bagged a silver in the 66kg freestyle contest at the London Olympics.
London Olympics silver medallist Sushil Kumar said he wanted to win the gold in the men's 66kg freestyle wrestling event and hear India's national anthem.